our member organizations
Future Coalition is home to over 50 youth-led organizations across climate, gun violence prevention, gender equality, STEM, and more. Future Coalition offers members direct support and resources, including amplification, strategic consulting, and organizing support. Learn more about becoming a member here.
50 Miles More is taking the fight for gun reform to politicians in all 50 states by marching 50 miles to their offices and hometowns. It is our time as the next generation to recognize and seize our power, join our voices together, and demand real and visible change.
Earth Uprising was started to support and hasten the youth climate movement, while providing resources and opportunities to educate one another about the climate crisis. Youth climate activists from all over the world are uniting to take action and demand a better future for ourselves and future generations.
Fridays For Future is a movement that began in August 2018, after 15-year-old Greta Thunberg sat in front of the Swedish parliament every school day for three weeks to protest against the lack of action on the climate crisis.
Global Minds Initiative is a for-youth, by-youth organization created to combat the issues of cultural intolerance and discrimination through after school tutoring programs between English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) and Native English Speaking (NES) students.
iMatter campaigns are designed for and from the perspectives of pre-college youth leaders, to address both the madness and magnitude of the climate emergency. iMatter demands that our US and Canadian elected officials at every level possible commit to bold and visionary climate action.
International Student Environmental Coalition (ISEC) is an international network of 30 countries that provides resources and organizational power to help students anywhere in the world engage in the grassroots movement of climate justice.
Meddling Kids Movement is a youth-led media organization highlighting young people who are changing the world, with a focus on amplifying activists ages 8-19 who are getting loud about social issues, including gun control or gender equality.
The National Youth Rights Association was formed in 1998 by a group of youth who wanted to challenge the age discrimination and prejudice they were experiencing. NYRA is the nation’s largest organization fighting for the rights of all young people.
Platform strives for a government that serves all people, protects all people, and celebrates all people, and works to amplify the voices of all who identify as young women in order to advance feminist dialogue and policies.
Shatter the Silence’s mission is to advocate for universal background checks and the banning of bump stocks. Through the involvement of youth from early ages, we hope to educate future generations about the problems of the past and how to get past them with the intention of creating a safer future for all Americans.
Student Voice’s focus is to identify student-centric & student-created solutions to address the systemic inequity in the American education system, which manifests itself as a disparity in access to opportunities & resources across schools nationwide, specifically as it relates to socioeconomically disadvantaged students & school districts.
Students for Social Change is a student-run and non-partisan organization of motivated youth activists who want to make the world more just and equal. As your future voters and lawmakers, Students for Social Change is committed to using our voices to create positive social change.
The Sunrise Movement is building an army of young people to make climate change an urgent priority across America, end the corrupting influence of fossil fuel executives on our politics, and elect leaders who stand up for the health and well-being of all people.
Team ENOUGH is a youth-led initiative that educates and mobilizes young people in the fight to end gun violence, and is sponsored by Brady. As young people who have grown up in an era in which school shootings and lockdown drills are a new norm, Team ENOUGH is committed to bringing common-sense and safety to America’s gun policy.
OhloneHacks will invite 150 of the most ambitious students from around the Bay Area for a 12-hour-long hackathon on April 4, 2020, at Ohlone College’s Newark Campus. Attendees will build and solve some of the most important problems impacting social good, education, and machine learning.
Project Exchange creates a platform to empower high school and college students to unapologetically claim, embrace, and share their culture. Taking that one step further, they create opportunities for students to be bold enough to learn about, live, and experience other cultures.
The goal of Not My Generation is to host a coalition-based gun violence prevention strategy conference for young adults showing that an assault against one marginalized community is an assault against us all, therefore furthering an intersectional approach to crafting local gun violence prevention strategies.
Teens Speak Up is an outlet for teens worldwide to engage in dialogue about social justice issues they are passionate about. Teens Speak Up’s number one priority is to elevate the voices of teens worldwide on a multitude of issues our generation faces today.
Zero Hour is a youth-led movement creating entry points, training, and resources for new young activists and organizers wanting to take concrete action around climate change. Zero Hour’s mission is to center the voices of diverse youth in the conversation around climate and environmental justice.
Youth Climate Action Team (YCAT) is an entirely youth-run 501(c)(4) nonprofit dedicated to localizing the fight against the climate crisis in the state of Wisconsin and empowering and uplifting young people.
Extinction Rebellion is a global environmental movement with the stated aim of using nonviolent civil disobedience to compel government action to avoid tipping points in the climate system, biodiversity loss, and the risk of social and ecological collapse.
The Prichard Committee Student Voice Team consists of approximately 100 self-selected students, elementary school through college, from across the Commonwealth who work to integrate students as partners to improve Kentucky schools.
Created by a kid for other kids, the Wuf Shanti Children’s Wellness Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization, started with a little boy’s illustrations and his dream to make a difference in the world. His compassion inspired us to want to share his dog character, Wuf Shanti, with children across the planet in the hopes of guiding them down a path of peace & positivity.
US Youth Climate Strike is a youth-led movement that helped organize over 424 student strikes occurring in at least 45 states on March 15, 2019. US Youth Climate Strike recently announced plans for youth-led “primary strikes” around the primary and caucus process in each stake.